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Recovery festival for Norfolk and Suffolk businesses
Two days of free training, workshops, panel discussions and advice sessions to help Norfolk and Suffolk’s businesses restart after the Covid-19 lockdown.
Growth for Haverhill Business Hub
Work is getting underway on the half a million-pound investment to extend a Haverhill business centre that helps local enterprises grow in West Suffolk.
Shop Suffolk Gets MENTA Support!
Shop Suffolk, is an online platform which champions local retailers. Launched in March this year, initially to give consumers a way of finding local businesses and offerings during the pandemic.
Leading Chartered Accountants Support Networking
MENTA Business Support have a new patron, helping to support their work with SMEs and entrepreneurs across the region. Jacobs Allen Chartered Accountants and Tax Advisers are the latest high-profile business to be named as a patron of MENTA.
A surge for Start-Up New Business Support
The rollout in early March from MENTA of at home new business training has seen a surge in people signing up for this fully-funded new business support.
Virtual Business Networking with MENTA
While many people eagerly anticipate the return of physical networking events, social distancing measures are set to remain for the foreseeable and thus the days of handshaking, back-slapping and business card swapping is over.
MENTA launches new website
July 1st has seen not just MENTA sites reopening to all visitors and clients but was also the launch of a new look to MENTA services online. A new website was commissioned in March 2020 and a locally based team of developers, designer and SEO experts were chosen for the project.
Business Support Prepares for the New Normal.
MENTA Business Support will be reopening its doors to all visitors from July 1st, MENTA which runs the Vision Centre on Eastern Way in Bury St Edmunds as well as our site on Hollands road in Haverhill.
How much you can claim - Job Retention Scheme
From 1 July employers can only claim for employees who have previously been furloughed for at least 3 consecutive weeks between 1 March – 30 June. Flexibly furlough employees meaning employees can come back to work for any amount of time and any work pattern.